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Watch Live: President Trump Participates in Historic Signing Ceremony for US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

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President Donald Trump will sign the historic US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) during a South Lawn ceremony Wednesday morning. The agreement embodies the long-overdue overhaul of the flawed North American Free Trade Agreement which was anything but a free trade agreement and is responsible for shipping a massive number of American jobs to other countries. The ceremony is scheduled to start ...

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Medal of Honor Monday: Army 1st Lt. Alonzo Cushing

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In the past few decades, several service members from the Civil War have received posthumous Medals of Honor for their actions in keeping our nation together more than 150 years ago. One of them was Army 1st Lt. Alonzo Cushing, who helped stop Confederate soldiers from breaking through the Union line during Confederate Maj. Gen. George Pickett’s famous charge at ...

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Medal of Honor Monday: Army Capt. Thomas Custer

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For this Medal of Honor Monday, we’re honoring a famous Custer, but not THE Custer you’re thinking of — Civil War Gen. George Custer, of “Custer’s last stand” fame. Today, we’re honoring his brother, Capt. Thomas Custer, who became the first double recipient of the Medal of Honor. Thomas Custer was born March 15, 1845, in New Rumley, Ohio. He ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Wednesday, January 29, 2020

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President Donald Trump will sign the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement during a historic ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday. The agreement is a long-needed fix for NAFTA which has, for decades, been sending American jobs overseas. Keep up with Trump on Our President’s Schedule Page. President Trump’s Itinerary for 1/29/20 – note: this  page will be updated during ...

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Watch Live: President Trump Holds KAG Rally in New Jersey Tuesday – 1/28/20

President Donald Trump ventures into deep blue New Jersey to hold a Keep America Great rally on Tuesday. Live Streams of President Trump’s Rally in Wildwood, NJ – 1-28-20 RSBN Golden State Times Fox News <updating> Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our ...

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Buyer Beware: Super Bowl team gear could be counterfeit

SAN FRANCISCO – As the excitement of football builds in the Bay Area, sports fans around the city, state and nation, seek out team adorned gear to show support as the Super Bowl nears. Another group paying close attention to sports-related items, is the men and women of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), San Francisco, and ...

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‘Ritchie Boys’ Aided Army’s Efforts to Defeat Germany During WWII

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As the world observes International Holocaust Remembrance Day, some may remember the so-called “Ritchie Boys,” who greatly aided allied forces in their fight against Germany and other Axis nations in World War II. Early on in the war, the Army realized it needed German- and Italian-speaking U.S. soldiers for a variety of duties, including psychological warfare, interrogation, espionage and intercepting ...

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Medal of Honor Monday: Army Capt. Thomas Custer

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For this Medal of Honor Monday, we’re honoring a famous Custer, but not THE Custer you’re thinking of — Civil War Gen. George Custer, of “Custer’s last stand” fame. Today, we’re honoring his brother, Capt. Thomas Custer, who became the first double recipient of the Medal of Honor. Thomas Custer was born March 15, 1845, in New Rumley, Ohio. He ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Saturday, January 25, 2020

President Donald Trump has no public events for Saturday. The president and first lady are staying in-residence at the White House this weekend. Keep up with Trump on Our President’s Schedule Page. President Trump’s Itinerary for 1/25/20 – note: this  page will be updated during the day if events warrant All Times EST No Public Events White House Briefing Schedule ...

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DOD Official Says 34 Service Members Injured by Iranian Blast

The number of U.S. service members injured with traumatic brain injuries totals 34 after a Jan. 8 attack when Iran shot missiles into Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, the Defense Department’s chief spokesperson said today. During an update to the Pentagon press corps, Jonathan Rath Hoffman said Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper directed the acting under secretary for personnel ...

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Old School: Union Officials Plead Guilty to Severely Beating Construction Workers in Effort to Steal Contract

Two officials from the local Iron Workers union pleaded guilty today for their role in a brutal assault on a group of non-union ironworkers in Dyer, Indiana.  The attack, which left multiple workers with serious injuries, was part of an effort to obtain a contract for the union to assist with the construction of the Plum Creek Christian Academy, a ...

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